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As I am writing the manuscript of my PhD thesis, I am facing a `LaTeX' obstacle. Chapter 2,3 and 4 of my thesis will, each, be a copy of a published article. For so, I would like each of this chapter to end with the bibliography of the article.

I also want a bibliography at the end of thesis for the references I used in the introduction ( chapter 1), and in the chapters 5 to 7, plus the appendices.

I could use a \includepdf for the articles but that will remove the hyperref link inside the chapters and for so I would like to avoid that.

How can I have multiple bibliographies in a single tex document.

ps: I don't mind merging all my .bib files into one, there should be no conflict.

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You can use multibib package to define multiple bibliographies inside the same document.

Here is a MWE:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{multibib}
\newcites{ltex}{\TeX\ and \LaTeX\ References}
\begin{document}
References to the \TeX book \citeltex{Knuth:1991}
and to Lamport’s \LaTeX\ book, which appears
only in the references\nociteltex{Lamport:1994}.
Finally a cite to a Postscript tutorial
\cite{Adobe:1985}.
\bibliographystyleltex{alpha}
\bibliographyltex{lit}
\renewcommand{\refname}{Postscript References}
\bibliographystyle{plain}
\bibliography{lit}
\end{document}

The output will look like this:

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  • Can you provide some more detail to this answer? For example, a minimal document using multibib to produce multiple bibliographies would be helpful for future visitors.
    – Werner
    Oct 30, 2018 at 4:49

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